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With Ben Bernanke’s term as Federal Reserve Chairman set to expire on January 31, 2014, President Obama must choose a successor who is committed to ending these inequalities while being acceptable to Main Street, Wall Street, and Capitol Hill – an almost irreconcilable team of rivals. The President’s choices include former Treasury Secretary and Obama Economic Advisor, Larry Summers and current Fed Vice Chairwoman, Janet Yellen.

With Ben Bernanke’s term as Federal Reserve Chairman set to expire on January 31, 2014, President Obama must choose a successor who is committed to ending these inequalities while being acceptable to Main Street, Wall Street, and Capitol Hill – an almost irreconcilable team of rivals. The President’s choices include former Treasury Secretary and Obama Economic Advisor, Larry Summers and current Fed Vice Chairwoman, Janet Yellen.

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